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MSNBC
Nov 19, 2009 10:00pm EST
. that america become energy independent. jackie rodgers, jr: i saw firsthand how america's dependence on foreign oil threatens our national security. terron sims, ii: stop sending our dollars overseas to be used against us. jonathan powers: america must reestablish itself as a country that leads by example. general wesley clark: we need to repower and there's no better time to do it then right now. announcer: add your voice at repoweramerica.org/wall. >>> it is possible that the senate health care reform bill contains about as much real change as replacing one frayed bolt on the golden gate while raising fares. why is the insurance cart el still fighting it? >>> the anti-defamation league with a startling announcement of one fox host christening him as fearmonger in chief. and rupert murdoch now denies ray greeing with the fear monger in chief. national car rental? that's my choice. because with national, i roll past the counter... and choose any car in the aisle. choosing your own car? now that's a good call. go national. go like a pro. i switched to a complete multivitamin with more. only one
MSNBC
Nov 19, 2009 8:00pm EST
's a big girl car. i want the big girl car. a very smart little girl. the chevy traverse. america's best crossover. compare us to anyone and may the best car win. >>> a new senate bill does more for americans than many observers predicted. does it give our endangered insurance overlords the help they so desperately needs. rest easy, america. the president of the industry lobbying group ahib released a statement tonight saying they just hate the new bill in the senate. why? for one thing only minor penalties for people who do not buy insurance. big shocker. insurance companies love the part of the law that forces you to buy insurance. they want the most painful punishment possible for not buying insurance. we have stockades left over from the 17th, 18th century, don't we? because the public option will draw all the sick people who can't get insurance, public option premiums will be higher than private premiums. not much competition there. courting democrats, reid gave democrats opt out but because the public option would not kick in until 2013, maybe 2014, insurance companies have four ye
MSNBC
Nov 23, 2009 8:00pm EST
and 10th. >> at bartle hall in kansas city. this is america's heartland. we're excited because this will be bigger than what we've done before. on top of the medical exams and labs we'll be having, we'll do mental health screenings and dental care as well. we're encouraging patients as well as volunteers to go to freeclinics.us to get more information. we're encouraging volunteers. as rick stockwell spoke about, coming to the events will change your life. >> nicole lamb row. she is one of the people who can truly sleep soundly as this debate rainings around us. >>> that the republican party is betting the existence that we can go to the nation and say we kept health care unchanged is a neutral fact and it's underscored again by the revelation of a conservative loyalty oath. ten things members of the gop national committee must do or become enemies of the ghost of ronald reagan. number two is support market-based health care reform and oppose obama-style. number nine oppose rationing and denial of health care and government funding of abortion. only one problem of course with th
MSNBC
Nov 20, 2009 1:00am EST
they so desperately need? rest easy, america. the president of the industry lobbying group america's health insurance plans or ahip released a statement tonight saying they just hate the new bill in the senate. why? for one thing, it only has minor penalties for people who do not buy insurance. big shocker. insurance companies love the part of the law that forces you to buy insurance. they want the most painful punishment possible for not buying insurance. we have stockades left over from the 17th, 18th century, don't we? what do they get from the senate bill? because the public option will draw all the sick people who can't get insurance, public option premiums will be higher than private premiums. not much competition there. courting conservative democrats, senator harry reid gave states the option to opt out, but because the public option would not kick in until 2014, maybe 2013, insurance companies have four years to buy and bully local legislators into rejecting the public option. the congressional budget office guesses a third will have no access to the public option meaning
MSNBC
Nov 20, 2009 8:00pm EST
companies. i think the failure to pass a bill is not good for america. it isn't good for any of us in congress or those standing for re-election. >> as for a potential gop vote, senator reid said he has had a recent conversation with moderate republican olympia snow. conservative republicans have long been a lost cause. >> no senator who votes for cloture on the motion to proceed tomorrow, i think, can with a state face contend that they have not somehow embraced the bad policy contained in this bill. there's nothing here to like, and i think what we need to do is kill this bill. >> lots to talk about tonight with senator jeff merkley, democrat of oregon. senator, thank you very much for your time tonight. >> oh, it's great to be with you. >> don't you wish you were one of the holdouts? things are going pretty good for them, isn't it in. >> well, it's 60 members and you need 60 votes. there's always going to be a few folks who are coming to the decision at the last minute. that's where we are now. >> how does it feel to be a loyal democrat in line with the party from day one on som
MSNBC
Nov 20, 2009 10:00pm EST
by investing in a clean energy future. now is the time to repower america. add your voice at repoweramerica.org/wall >>> during her interview with police, elisabeth fritzl told a story no one could believe at first. she talked about how her own father, josef fritzl, had imprisoned her at age 18 in a cellar compound he had secretly designed and built in their own house. there he raped her repeatedly. there she'd given birth to seven children. april 27th, with elisabeth's testimony in hand, police go to herr fritzl's house. the fritzls live on the third floor, leasing out the first two floors to renters. what the police found shocked them. to this day, there is no video footage available of the basement, but using evidence from police photos, we have rendered a computer animation of what that awful cellar compound might look like. to access it, one needed to go down the cellar stairs and through a warren of rooms. there were eight locked doors before reaching the living area. the final door was concealed behind a shelving unit. there was no natural light and little fresh air. inside their tin
MSNBC
Nov 24, 2009 8:00pm EST
the republicans are acting in a unified action to prevent it and s support the status quo. it's not what america wants or needs. i think senator reid understands that. you need to reck nooiz when the republicans wanted to pass something, they ignored the rules. tax cuts for the rich passing with 51 votes. the free trade agreement with central america, medicare part d pass with fewer than 60 votes. anytime the republicans came up and the democrats were serving themselves, they rolled over it. >> you heard what howard fineman said about reconciliation and doing much of the bill in the senate that way. is it a better alternative in the middle of the game? >> if we need to, it's fine. we need to solve people's problems, to give them the health care they need and the jobs they need. the republicans are executing on their game plan. years ago, they started it when they appointed lobbyists to run the government. they contracted out everything to their contracting cronies. they cut off the government by tax cuts with the rich. it's got to end. we have a democracy and we need to show it's what it is. >>
MSNBC
Nov 24, 2009 10:00pm EST
in a unified action to prevent it an support the status quo. it's not what america wants or needs. i think senator reid understands that as well as anybody. you need to recognize when the republicans wanted to pass something, they ignored the rules. tax cuts for the rich passing with 55 votes. the free trade agreement with central america, medicare part d pass with fewer than 60 votes. every time the republicans came up against this impediment and the democrats were asserting themselves, they rolled right over it. >> you heard what howard fineman said about reconciliation and the prospect of doing much of the bill in the senate that way. is that a better alternative to changing the cloture rules essentially in the middle of the game? >> if we need to, that's fine. the important thing is to solve people's problems, give them the health care they need, the jobs they need. the republicans are executing on their game plan, which is disable the government. years ago, they started it when they appointed lobbyists to run the government in the executive branch and they contracted out everything to
MSNBC
Nov 25, 2009 8:00pm EST
cameras from abc's "good morning america" in the courtroom. >> you know, you're working through healing and trying to move on with your life. and then it has to be brought back up again and you have to deal with the monster face to face. >> but stephen reitz looked nothing like a monster when he finally entered the courtroom to face a charge of first degree murder. he was 28 by then. he seemed calm, composed, didn't appear to be at all threatening. >> he looked like a nice little school boy in the courtroom. he had his glasses on, his hair was freshly cut and you look at him and it's like, wow, this kid, you know, this young man, no way could he have done what occurred. >> prosecuting, however, would be a new d.a., the third one assigned to the case. remember, the first d.a., frisco, was transferred away, the case reassigned to dinko bozanich, who specialized in mental defense cases. and then -- >> i had the misfortune of having a heart attack and bypass surgery, that causing me to retire. if someone had asked me of the thousand deputy district attorneys in the d.a.'s office, who would
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